Disney Resort Line is a monorail system with a unique and playful design. The trains have blue, yellow, green, purple, or peach colored stripes, and the windows and strap handles are in the shape of Disney's most famous character, Mickey Mouse.

 

This monorail system runs along a circuit of approximately five kilometers, with four stations providing convenient access to JR Keiyo Line's Maihama station, Ikspiari, Tokyo Disneyland Park, the Guest parking area on the bay side of the Resort, and Tokyo DisneySea Park. The design of each station incorporates architecture and themes suited to its location.

 

In addition to providing convenient transportation within the Resort, the view through the windows also provides a fun introduction to the many destinations within Tokyo Disney Resort.

 

The Disney Resort Line is easily accessible for Guests with disabilities and special needs, and provides various facilities in line with barrier-free transportation laws and ordinances, and more. These facilities include elevators, escalators, ticket vending machines that are tilted forward, baby seats, and restrooms with diaper-changing tables.

Facts and Data

Name

Disney Resort Line

Management

Maihama Resort Line Co., Ltd.

Business qualification

Type I Railway Business

Opening date

July 27, 2001

Route

Single-track circuit of approximately five kilometers

Train type

Straddle type monorail

Name of stations

Resort Gateway Station
Tokyo Disneyland Station
Bayside Station
Tokyo DisneySea Station

Train composition

6 train cars, approximately 84 meters long

Capacity

537 passengers per train

Total Operating Expenses

Approximately 37 billion yen